The Top 10 Blondes in Hollywood. With deep amber locks to icy white manes, these golden girls light up the room, stage, and screen.
Paltrow's sun-catching pale blond hue is actually a trio of shades, according to her colorist Tracey Cunningham, who applies a hint of honey at the roots and then weaves in two lemony yellow highlights throughout. For plausible sunkissed locks, make sure the color variation between roots and tips is subtle and that both hues share the same undertones.
Jones’s alabaster hue, which is infused with golden highlights to retain luster and depth, is no easy feat when you're this fair. "If you have very light skin, all over platinum needs dimension to make sure you don't look washed out," says Robinson.
Swedish-born Akerman is an icy Nordic blonde. For a shade this light, "I would see a professional unless you are already a natural towhead or pale blonde," Robinson says. If you are handling the transformation at home, use a color kit followed by a purple-tinted shampoo to avoid brassy tones.
Williams’s creamy ivory shade is several steps away from her natural hue. "Because this color is so light and involves bleaching the hair everywhere, it’s wise to have mid-length to shorter hair," notes Robinson, her colorist.
Beyonce's shimmering dark blond has a regal gilded cast to it. "It's really on trend right now to see a little gold in blond hair," Backe says.
Simpson's cascading locks are a tawny bisque with platinum highlights.